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dayton 2 hp farm duty motor. model 6k313d. need a cw and ccw

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dayton 2 hp farm duty motor. model 6k313d. need a cw and ccw wiring diagram please
Hi, I'm Mike and I'll be glad to assist you. I was unable to pull up anything on that model number. Please check the number. If it is correct, give me the nameplate info (voltage,phase and the number and colors of the wire leads)
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

230v 11.2 a cont duty type kf. model is 6k313d. single ph . wires all black... if you need numbers i will drive next door now and get them. i need this up and running tonight so if you can help I will very much appreciate it


Please get the numbers. Also check if there is a wiring diagram on the motor.

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

there is a diagram but it is mostly unreadable.

l1: goes to reset button then to T1

l2: T5, T4

Connected together: T2, T3, T8

L1 and L2 are the connections for the feed with the additional leads as listed. T2, T3 and T8 connect together. To reverse connection swap T5 and T8 connections.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

so the only change for cw to ccw rotation is swapping t5 and t8?

That it.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

ok thank you i will try it right away. Ive seen this before, is this a common arrangement?

Yes it is.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

ok thank you sir

You're welcome.

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